There’s a new app in town and it’s set to revolutionize the face of response to medical emergencies in Nigeria. TCERA connects victims of emergencies with First Responders registered on its sister app, TCIF for prompt assistance.
Trauma Care International Foundation is a registered non-governmental organization focused on improving trauma care and emergency response services in her member nations through advocacy, health education, and community-based projects.
The apps would not be substituting government provided emergency help but would be complementing it and making up for the lack of other medical teams. The sister applications, would connect casualties with her First Responders in the event of emergencies and provide users with real-time responses from specially trained First Responders.
TCERA App Features:
- One-Touch Button to Request Help
- Realtime Tracking of Responders
- Get Notifications
- Realtime Audio and Video Calls
- Realtime Live Chat
- Information on nearby Medical Facilities
One remarkable feature of the app is its SOS button. In the case of emergencies, users can hit the SOS button and get prompt help in real-time.
The TCIF responders’ app, is for people who want to register as first responders. This gives professionals and interested people the opportunity to volunteer to give help. Both apps are available for download on the Google play store app for now.
Organizations can sponsor the provision of ‘ambucycles and ambulances’ as their corporate social responsibility